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Old 06-12-2007, 01:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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-I want to be able to copy the address of the webpage that I am on.. I mean.. that is not much to ask.. On opera or blackberry browser, whenI am on a certain webpage, I cannot copy the address where I am at.

-I would like to be able to "copy shortcut" on a internet link

-I would like to be able to see small flash movies

-I would like to be able to mass delete all blackberry email.. Is there a way? I came back from vacation and I had 750 emails.. and I had to delete them one by one...

I love my BB... but I do need these features
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Old 06-12-2007, 02:02 PM   #2 (permalink)
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1-click menu, page address, copy

2-click menu, link address, copy

3- !!!!

4- scroll to top of all messages, highlight over most recent date, menu delete prior.

Keep loving it, you have ^those^ features.

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Old 06-12-2007, 02:21 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks for all of these... Should have read your hard work better..

However, I do not see a delete prior option
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Is your cursor ON a date divider in the message list?
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Thanks for all of these... Should have read your hard work better..

However, I do not see a delete prior option
While viewing messages, select one of the date "bars" and press the menu button. You should have a delete prior option.
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Old 06-12-2007, 05:16 PM   #6 (permalink)
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This is what I do on my blackberry.
highlight an email, then hold the ALT key and you can scroll up or down to highlight as many as you want. then menu > delete will delete all highlighted.
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This is what I do on my blackberry.
highlight an email, then hold the ALT key and you can scroll up or down to highlight as many as you want. then menu > delete will delete all highlighted.
How come on my 8800 its not the ALT key that allows you to highlight, but the NUM key? Is this a glitch or defect??
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How come on my 8800 its not the ALT key that allows you to highlight, but the NUM key? Is this a glitch or defect??
I believe it's the shift key, not the Alt key that allows you to multi-select. The Alt key scrolls a page at a time (also a handy trick).
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Old 06-13-2007, 11:19 AM   #9 (permalink)
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As EmptyInTheHead says, you use the shift keys (Num lock and Cap lock are secondary functions of the two shift keys) to select mutiple email messages, not Alt. It has always been like this -- certainly since my 6230 which was 5 Blackberries prior to my 8800.
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yeah it's the shift key, not the alt key. if it weren't for this i would have already gone insane, and i've only had it for a week.
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sorry guys, it is the shift key. I said alt by mistake.
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